Posted: May 2nd, 2017
What is true about specific performance as an equitable remedy for contract breaches?
It requires the breaching party to pay extra damages for not performing the terms of the contract.
It is the most commonly adopted remedy for most cases involving the sale of goods.
It requires the breaching party to take action to ensure that the promised performance is delivered
It requires the breaching party to also pay damages for indirect losses that the nonbreaching party incurred because of lack of performance.
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